Alabama Fall To-Do List: Pumpkin Season at Tuscaloosa Barnyard
Fall is here, and it’s time to knock out your Alabama Fall to Do list! I am personally excited about all the changes that happen in the fall season, especially the pumpkin season. Pumpkins are the neatest creation because there is not one pumpkin that is the same. Just like us, we are all different.
You can start your fall to-do list at the Tuscaloosa Barnyard Petting and Fun Farm. Pumpkin season is in full swing at 11453 Turner Bridge Road, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The days and hours are super convenient; October Hours are Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 10 am until 6 pm.
Harvest season for pumpkins is in the Autumn. [Yay!] Tuscaloosa Barnyard has a pumpkin stand that specializes in little, big, and funky pumpkins. This means you can find a pumpkin that matches your personality.
There is so much to do at the Tuscaloosa Barnyard, and no worries there is plenty of space for social distancing. Admission is only $10 and includes: “Hands on interaction with all your favorite adorable Farm Critters. Duck & Fish Feeding at the Pond. View freshly laid eggs and even hold Baby Chicks. A Tractor Drawn Wagon Ride, Corn Crib, Artificial Milking Cow, Fishing Pond, Jumping Pillow, Spider Web, Hay Play, Tire Mountain, Cow Train, Rat Racers, and when it’s hot, the Swimming Pool & Splash Pad. Plus, the always special bottle feeding a Baby Goat, Sheep, or Piggie.”
Be sure to tag me on Instagram with your pumpkin finds at @MaryKRadio
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